NASSCOM-DSCI Information Security Summit 2009

Data Security Council of India (DSCI) has developed Best Practices for Data Protection through its programs that include the Content Aggregation Program (CAP), Security Surveys, and collaboration with knowledge sources and information security experts. As part of CAP, DSCI has mapped several compliance regulations, into appropriate security controls that need to be deployed for complying with these requirements. This was a critical step towards defining DSCI Best Practices for Data Protection. The compliance requirements have been mapped with ISO 27001 international standard for security practices, and OECD Privacy Principles for privacy requirements, among other international standards. Mapping with these standards has helped standardize the controls, and led to the creation of DSCI Security Framework (DSF) and DSCI Privacy Framework (DPF), which will enable service providers in India to be not only in compliance with regulatory requirements of clients’ countries, but also make them really secure. The best practices meet will focus on:

  • DSCI Security (DSF©) and Privacy (DPF©) Framework and the DSF© Technical Model
  • Outsourcing Security Challenges: Outside-In View
  • Forensics Investigation Practices for strong Data Protection Regime
  • Emerging Disciplines of Security
  • Relevance of DSF©, DPF© and the SRO Ecosystem

Security has been established as an important function of organizations, and is now expanding to strategic, tactical and operational layers of the organization. Growing challenges of managing security, increasing threats exposure of an organization and fast expanding compliance regimes demand a comprehensive approach towards security. On the other hand, the organizations’ IT ecosystem is changing because of virtualization and migration to cloud computing. These trends challenge the established notions of security, and require an overhaul of organization’s security strategy. The complex web of compliance regulations that are specifying increasing requirements for data security and privacy are putting increasing pressure on the security managers. This has created immense opportunities for security discipline, which have seen phenomenal growth in the recent times. Different approaches and frameworks have emerged that promises to address specific or enterprise wide security challenges. Security market is responding to these changes by the way of consolidation and innovation that lead to creation of an existing security technology market profile. The summit will take a review of all such trends including:

  • Building a comprehensive security landscape
  • Security in changing IT ecosystem: virtualization and cloud computing
  • Expanding compliance regime- dictating security priorities
  • Protecting your enterprise: Challenges, approaches and frameworks
  • Consolidation and dynamism of security technology market trends
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Event Agenda

Day 123-Nov-09
TimeAgenda
8:30am to 9:30amRegistration
9:30am to 10:00amBEST PRACTICES MEET INAUGURATIONIntroduction to the Theme – Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj, CEO, DSCI

Welcome Address – Mr. Som Mittal, President, NASSCOM

Inaugural Address – Mr. R. Chandrashekhar, Secretary, DIT
10:00am to 11:15amPLENARY SESSIONDSCI as a SRO – Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj, CEO, DSCI

DSF© and Best Practices – Mr. Vinayak Godse, Sr. Manager – Security Practices, DSCI

DSF© Technical Model – Mr. Sudeep Das, Principal Consultant, RSA
11:15am to 11:45amTea / Coffee Break
11:45am to 12:00pmSESSION 1DSCI Privacy Framework (DPF©)
  • Mr. Vinayak Godse, Sr. Manager – Security Practices, DSCI
12:00pm to 12:30pmSESSION 2Privacy Strategies for the Enterprise
  • Mr. Sundeep Nehra, Sr. Director, Deloitte
12:30pm to 1:00pmSESSION 3Outsourcing Security Challenges: Outside-In view
  • Ms. Nandita Mahajan, Chief Privacy & Information Security Officer, IBM India/South Asia (Moderator)
  • Mr. Sabyasachi Chakravarty, Country Security Manager, British Telecom
  • Ms. Santosh Lala, Country Risk Manager, JP Morgan Services India
1:00pm to 2:00pmNetworking Lunch
2:00pm to 2:30pmSESSION 4DSF©: Forensic Investigation Practices for strong Data Protection Regime
  • Mr. Bryan Sartin, Director – Investigative Response, Verizon Business
2:30pm to 3:15pmPANEL DISCUSSION 1Addressing Emerging Disciplines of Security
  • Mr. K.V. Narayanan, Vice President, Tata Consultancy Services (Moderator)
  • Mr. Sameer Shelke, Chief Operating Officer, Aujas Networks (Application Security)
  • Mr. Jayaraj Puthanveedu, Vice President, Northern Trust (Effective Crisis and Emergency Management)
  • Mr. M. V. Sangameswaran, Regional Manager, Symantec (Threat and Vulnerability Management)
  • Dr. Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, IIIT Delhi
3:15pm to 4:00pmPANEL DISCUSSION 2Relevance of DSCI Security Framework (DSF©) for Industry Verticals (IT, ITES, BFSI, Telecom)
  • Mr. Amuleek Bijral, RSA (Moderator)
  • Mrs. U. Kalpagam, IDRBT
  • Mr. Anurana Saluja, Infosys
  • Ms. Seema Bangera, Intellinet Global
  • Mr. S.R. Kannan, Head Business Development – Managed Security Services, Tata Communications
4:00pm to 4:30pmTea / Coffee Break
4:30pm to 5:30pmPANEL DISCUSSION 3Building a SRO Ecosystem
  • Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj, DSCI (Moderator)
  • Ms. Nandita Mahajan, IBM
  • Mr. Abhay Gupte, Deloitte
  • Mr. Anurana Saluja, Infosys
  • Mr. Pazhamalai Raman, Wipro
  • Mr. Firosh Ummer, Paladion Networks
  • Mr. Sanjay Mathur, Accenture
  • Mr. Sanjay Bahl, Microsoft
Day 224-Nov-09
TimeAgenda
8:30am to 9:45amRegistration
9:45am to 10:30amSUMMIT INAUGURATIONWelcome Address – Mr. Som Mittal, President, NASSCOM

DSCI and Data Protection – Mr. Shyamal Ghosh, Chairman, DSCI

Inaugural Address – Mr. Sachin Pilot, Minister of State, Ministry of Communications & IT, Govt. of India
10:30am to 11:30amSESSION 1A Common Call: Building a Comprehensive Security Landscape

Session Chair: Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj, CEO, DSCI
  • Mr. Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director, Symantec India & SAARC
  • Mr. John Karabin, Regional Vice President – Asia Pacific, Verizon Business
  • Mr. Jim Brady, CEO, Deloitte & Touche AERS India (Establishing the Business Value for Enterprise Security)
  • Mr. Sudeep Das, Principal Consultant, RSA
11:30am to 12:00pmTea / Coffee Break
12:00pm to 1:15pmSESSION 2Security in Changing IT Ecosystem: Virtualization and Cloud Computing

Session Chair: Mr. Sanjay Bahl, CSO, Microsoft
  • Mr. Hitesh Barot, Director, Intel
  • Mr. Felix Mohan, CISO, Airtel
  • Mr. Rajendra Kathal, Head – Global Security Operations, HCL Technologies
  • Dr. Dhiren Patel, Professor – Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Gandhinagar
1:15pm to 2:15pmNetworking Lunch
2:15pm to 3:15pmSESSION 3Expanding Compliance Regime – Dictating Security Priorities

Session Chair: Mr. P.D. Mallaya, Vice President, Infosys
  • Mr. Rajat Mohanty, Managing Director, Paladion Networks
  • Mr. Shree Parthasarthy, Deloitte
  • Mr. Lindsey Greig, Managing Editor, Data Guidance
  • Mr. S.V. Ramana, Sr. VP & CTO, Genpact
  • Mr. Harish Agarwal, Partner, E&Y
3:15pm to 3:45pmTea / Coffee Break
3:45pm to 5:00pmSESSION 4Consolidation and Dynamism of Security Technology Market Trends

Session Chair: Dr. Gulshan Rai, Director General, Cert-In
  • Mr. Vinayak Godse, DSCI
  • Mr. Deepak Maheshwari, Microsoft
  • Mr. Ranjan Dhar, Symantec
  • Mr. Arun Dhaka, RSA
  • Mr. Srikant Vissamsetti, McAfee
  • Mr. B. Raghunandan, CA
5:00pm to 5:30pmSESSION 5National Security Ecosystem

Session Chair: Mr. Shyamal Ghosh, Chairman, DSCI
  • Mr. Vakul Sharma, Advocate, Supreme Court of India
  • Mr. Pratap Reddy, Director
  • Mr. Muktesh Chander, Addl. Commissioner of Police, Delhi Police

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Venue

Nov 23- 24, 2009 | Time: 18:30- 18:30 |
Hotel Shangri La
Ashok Road
New Delhi , DL
India